As the neutrino fluxes can bring information from the internal layers of the collapsing star, the problem of the neutrino burst detection is of importance for both the direct registering of the collapse itself and the investigation of its dynamics. The main characteristics of the neutrino fluxes have been obtained by simulations. The total neutrino flux energy is estimated as 2.5 x 10 to the 53 to 1.4 x 10 to the 54 erg, the energy of NU sub E flux being 10 to the 53 erg. Predictions on neutrino energy spectra are quite different. Two models of the collapse will be used: the model by Bowers and Wilson, hereafter BW, and the model by Nadyozhin and Otroschenko (NO). The NU sub e spectrum in the BW-model reaches the maximum at E max sub NU = 8 MeV. Average energy of NU sub E E sub nu approx. = 10 MeV. The NO-model gives E max sub Nu = 10.5 MeV and E sub nu = 12.6 MeV. The NU sub E-burst duration is DELTA tau sub NU = 20s for the NO-model. As the black hole formation is the result of the star collapse in the BW-model, DELTA tau sub nu is taken to be 5s.